- "Black Huckleberry" redirects here. This may also refer to the Square-twig Blueberry, Vaccinium membranaceum
(Wangenh.) K. Koch
Gaylussacia baccata, the Black Huckleberry, is a common huckleberry found throughout a wide area of northeastern North America. It closely resembles the blueberry plants (Vaccinium species) with which it grows, but can be readily identified by the numerous resin dots on the undersides of the leaves which glitter when held up to the light. It is a vigorous clonal colonizer.
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